Open Source 2014 (†509)"The Open Source Initiative ().
- open source (http://opensource.org/definition): Open source doesn't just mean access to the source code. The distribution terms of open-source software must comply with the following criteria: 1. Free distribution . . . 2. Source code . . . 3. Derived works . . . 4. Integrity of the author's source code . . . 5. No discrimination against persons or groups . . . 6. No discrimination against fields of endeavor . . . 7. Distribution of license . . . 8. License must not be specific to a product . . 9. License must not restrict other software . . . 10. License must be technology-neutral. (†796)
- open source (http://opensource.org/): Open source software is software that can be freely used, changed, and shared (in modified or unmodified form) by anyone. Open source software is made by many people, and distributed under licenses that comply with the Open Source Definition. (†797)
- open source (http://opensource.org/licenses): To be approved by the Open Source Initiative (also known as the OSI), a license must go through the Open Source Initiative's license review process. ¶ The following OSI-approved licenses are popular, widely used, or have strong communities (as defined in the 2006 Proliferation Report): · Apache License 2.0 · BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" license · BSD 2-Clause "Simplified" or "FreeBSD" license · GNU General Public License (GPL) · GNU Library or "Lesser" General Public License (LGPL) · MIT license · Mozilla Public License 2.0 · Common Development and Distribution License · Eclipse Public License (†798)